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Vengeance: A Love Story (2017)

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A gulf war veteran seeks vengeance against those who assaulted a single mother.

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Teena
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Jay Kirkpatrick
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Walking home with her 12-year-old daughter after midnight on the Fourth of July, Teena crosses paths with some local losers to be brutally gang raped with her daughter Bethie watching. Bethie is able to identify the rapists, but when the rapists hire a hot shot attorney who attacks Teena's character, Dromoor, a local police officer who was first on the scene when police were called, starts to take matters into his own hands. Written by Rik van Oijen

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In one of the bar scenes, an extra is sitting in a booth on the other side of Nicolas Cage. This extra has a portrait tattoo of Nicolas Cage that was autographed by Nicolas Cage at that same bar when they happened to meet a few months before. See more »

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Worth watching
20 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

I can see why this film did note score well as it has lots of fall downs, but as a film its worth watching. If you accept the fact its all been done before and it panders to both cage and Johnson's ego's you will enjoy it, the daughter and mother will make you smile, chuckle and cry, cry a lot. Cage is trying to stay relevant in films but is still acting like its 2000. Don Johnson, 1991, love them both as icons. Once you admit that this is a Nick Cage produced film and enjoy it as a story, it actually is a good film.


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